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leaders accusing the us u.s. government of. >> there are two things they are accusing the obama administration of doing. one of violating pac pakistani sovereignty by launching a military attack on pakistani soil without islamabad's permission. and the other thing islamabad is accusing them of doing is skuttling an effort to broker peace talks about the pakistani taliban. therthey are arguing that with e death that basically that everything is lameverything islg to achieve is back at square one. the pack ta pakistani citizens g to be suffering from the attacks within their borders. >>> vandait's widely assumed the pakistani government has been cooperating first with the bush administration and now with the obama administration. it's been the obama administration h that has increased the frequency of these attacks some would argue out of a sense that the pakistanis have not been doing enough to crack down on taliban and al qaeda sacactivitywithin it's borders. there was recently a front page story in the "washington post" that outlined in detail, not just how much access the paki
states sends it's could be dole lenses tcondolencs anpresident obama saying right w over 100,000 people were able able to sign un. unup he said that is not acceptable. take a listen. >> was that as high a number as we like, absolutely not. it does mean that people want affordable healthcare. the website has prevented too many americans from completing the eb enrollment process and tt is on us not on them there is no question there is a demand for quality affordable healthcare insurance. >> millions of americans are receiving those notices saying they have been dropped. this is what he had to say about that. >> people that have plans that predate the affordable care act can keep those plans if they haven't changed. that was already in the law. that is what called a grandfather clause and that was included in the law today we are going to extend that princ prino people whose plans have changed since the law took effect and people that have bought plans since the law took effect. state insurance commissioners can make laws on what is in their state. but americans whose plans who have been
between president obama, and the pakistani prime minister? >> well, the closed door conversation is probably a lot different than what people on both sides hear. and that is part of the problem. because what was discussed often inside -- in these meetings and then there's obviously fall out from these meetings and it just doesn't seem to match up. the rhetoric and then what people see on the ground. and it wasn't just the meeting that just took place, this is kind of a trend for the past decade. and that's what leads to a lot of confusion on both sides. we saw the perfect example of that with the drone strike that followed less than a week than the prime minister left washington. and both sides bickered for a while, and it went away, and but then that was the end of it. and that seems to happen again and again. >> but do you know why they are different. h i think specifically on the drone issue, this is an issue that has evolved over time. 2004 was the fist drone strike that killed nick mo hamed in pakistan. and since then, pakistan's government has tried to deal with the problem
president obama on friday, laying a wreath there. we want to take you now to dallas. heidi zhou castro joins us from dealey plaza to tell us about the events scheduled there, and it is a huge event there as thousands are expected to attend. >> that's right. dell. as the ceremony is about to start, so is the sleet. a very cold and windy day for dallas. nothing like the bright sun shown over dallas in 1963, but as you can see this is not keeping the crowd at home. 14,000 wanted to be here today, they applied to be here, and only 5,000 were picked in a lottery, randomly to be here, and they are not letting this chance escape them to be here. no umbrellas are allowed for security reasons. the city of dallas is putting a lot of emphasis on making this event flawless after having gained the reputation of being, quote, the city of hate, following the assassination 50 years ago. this is a chance for the city to come full circle and show the world how far it has come. >> and heidi you did something fascinating earlier today. you showed us your perspective and where -- the book depository is. could yo
to this argument that people say, you know what, we live in a post race society. lisa talked about it. barack obama has been elected twice. we have kanye, we have venus, and everyone is just complaining and talking about victimization. what is your push back to that? >> that's just right wing emptiness, brother. if you look at the blight of precious black poor people. you see deepen racial structures. we've lost two generations because of a deeply racial criminal justice system. and we have two different types of educations one is deeply class based and the other is race based. the other voice of black nationalism on this show i think the critique is right. i'm not a nationalist. i support black nationalis nati. it doesn't mean that i exclude myself from the conversation. brother herb is right. i'm part of the legacy of malcolm x. i'm a radical internationalist which means i bring critique on american nationalism, black nationalism, and that's what i would say to my friendly criti critics. >> who is the embodiyment of malcolm x? >> i could look at a come positivity of individuals and institutions a
and appropriate way for a subject as serious as this one. we came to geneva determined as president obama said his goal since day one as president to make certain that iran does not acquire a nuclear weapon. that remains our goal because we remain committed to preventing the proliferation of weapons 6 mass destruction and we remain committed to protecting our allies. particularly our allies in that region where security is so critical. we also are committed to protecting our interests in the world of the consequences of the spread of these weapons. we came to geneva to narrow the differences. and i can tell you without any exaggeration not only we narrowed differences and clarified those that remained, but we made significant progress in working through the approaches to this question of how one reins in a program and guarantees it's peaceful nature. there is no question in my mind that we are closer now as we leave geneva than we were when we came, and that with good work and good faith over the course of the next weeks we can , in fact, secure our goal. over the last two days a significant amoun
. honoring jfk. president obama set to lay a wreath at his grave in just a few moments. negotiations and concessions. world powers arriving in geneva around iran's nuclear program, and new abortion law, one of the toughest in the country. president obama honored 16 individuals a short while ago with the nation's highest honor. the
sigenthaler in new york. truth in numbers. enrollment for president obama's healthcare plan is far blow expectation. we are life with the figures and the fallout. one week after the flanks tsunami t relief is barely reaching survivors. the new questions about the response. plus: deal or no deal, boeing's you wouldn't mattum to the union, approve a new contract or put 20,000 jobs at risk. >>> keeping the faith without a prayer. welcome to the mega church for
, i think all of us agree we would be a lot further along. >> president obama under fire for the health care fiasco, facing any questions and the site's security. >>> beirut bombing, the deadly attack targeting the iranian embassy. >>> up in smoke, new york's tough new stand on young americans lighting up. what the ban means for big
. everyone from nbc sports analysts bob costas to president barack obama have weighed in. how do native americans feel? >> i'm not a caricature or a mascot. >> i am not a caricature or a mascot. >> i'm not a caricature or a dead relic of the american past. i'm a human being. >> we are human beings. change the name. >> change the name. change the name. >> change did name. >> change the name. >> that is a video made by one native american. who rallied others to speak out. not all native americans dislike the name or even care. who should decide if the washington redskins should change the name? a sportswriter at the nation has determined that the team needs a change. author of the redskins encyclopedia, he is a long time fan of the team. also on skype, sue san harjo, she's president of the morning star institute an american civil rights organization, also actively protesting the name for years. and regina, a former tribal councilwoman and a redskins fan. dave, let's start with you. what's the big deal? why change the name? >> it's defined in webster's dictionary as a slur. the team, repre
costas to president barack obama have weighed in. barack obama have weighed in. how do native americans feel? how do native americans feel? >> i'm not a caricature or a >> i'm not a caricature or a mascot. mascot. >> i am not >> i am not a caricature or a a caricature or a mascot. mascot. >> i'm not a caricature or a >> i'm not a caricature or a dead relic of the american past. dead relic of the american past. i'm a human being. i'm a human being. >> we are human beings. >> we are human beings. change the name. change the name. >> change the name. >> change the name. change the name. change the name. >> change did name. >> change did name. >> change the name. >> change the name. >> that is a video made by one >> that is a video made by one native american. native american. who rallied others to speak out. who rallied others to speak out. not all native americans dislike not all native americans dislike the name or even care. the name or even care. who should decide if the who should decide if the washington redskins should washington redskins should change the name? change the name? a s
's an issue that's evolved. barack obama only came out in favor of gay marriage a relatively short time ago. i think this gets at a long-standing division in the republican party that tyler alluded to, about individual freedom. the republicans were better supporters of civil liabilities issues than democrats. it's only really with the introduction of the evangelical community that you actually start to get a move away from civil liberties in the first place and particular after 9-11. stability. these are two people who want to form a life-long partnership with all of the rights to which they are entitled equal rights, not special rights. they want to be stable members of their communities. who were the republicans to oppose that? i think there is a real division here between looking at individuals and legalizing their personhood in a way that republicans are just people, americans generally have not, 20, 30 years ago. >> if the party shifts on gay marriage -- >> uh-huh. >> what does that mean for the picture? >> well, i think probably what it means when you are looking at the direction that po
for an amazing discussion tonight. between now and the next show, we'll see on you line. president obama owns up again with a big new concession. saving the survivors the life and death issue. it threatens even more lives. first the denials and then the confessions, now get ready for the biggest surprise yet.
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